St. Elsewhere

Season 5 Episode 4

Brand New Bag

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Aired Unknown Oct 15, 1986 on NBC
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Brand New Bag
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The Craigs try out yet another new maid; fellow employees stab Luther in the back; Axelrod is embarrassed and rude about a patient's colostomy; and Fiscus helps Mr. Ewell's daughter take him home to die.

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    Christina Pickles

    Christina Pickles

    Nurse Helen Rosenthal

    Ed Begley Jr.

    Ed Begley Jr.

    Dr. Victor Ehrlich

    Bruce Greenwood

    Bruce Greenwood

    Dr. Seth Griffin (1986-1988)

    Stephen Furst

    Stephen Furst

    Dr. Elliot Axelrod (1983-1988)

    Ed Flanders

    Ed Flanders

    Dr. Donald Westphall

    David Morse

    David Morse

    Dr. Jack Morrison

    Corinne Bohrer

    Corinne Bohrer

    Suzanne McConnell

    Guest Star

    Christine Healy

    Christine Healy

    Katie Ewell

    Guest Star

    George Petrie

    George Petrie

    Mr. Ewell

    Guest Star

    Saundra Sharp

    Saundra Sharp

    Nurse Peggy Shotwell

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Savidge

    Jennifer Savidge

    Lucy Papandrao

    Recurring Role

    Sagan Lewis

    Sagan Lewis

    Jackie

    Recurring Role

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      • Title
        The title is taken from James Brown's memorable soul hit Papa's Got a Brand New Bag (1965). Establishing James Brown's unique style, it became his signature tune. The song was a huge crossover and continues to be one of the most popular tunes in popular culture.

      • Rocky & Bullwinkle
        When Mark asks new housekeeper Natasha where she is originally from, she says, "Frostbite Falls." Frostbite Falls was the locale of the Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoon show, also featuring a Russian female named Natasha. Amused, Mark goes on to have her say "moose and squirrel."

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